I like seeing color in interiors, but I am a big believer that we need to add it in a way that doesn’t overpower the architecture of the space. In fact, I believe a well designed colorful interior should complement its architecture.
In this coastal home, you find small, but specific “splashes” of turquoise. The exterior has its shingles painted in a custom-made washed turquoise paint and the interiors embrace the same color in a very gentle and fresh way.
A white kitchen gets a touch of color with its turquoise subway tiles, while the living room embraces the main color of the house with a very comfortable and stylish sectional.
Overall, this coastal home feels very subtle and light. The interiors have a relaxed and happy feel, an approach very favorable for the summer months.
Coastal Home with Turquoise Interiors
A beautiful front porch welcomes you.
Subtle Turquoise Paradise
This home has subtle turquoise interiors, where nothing is too overwhelming. Everything is gentle and fresh.
This kitchen is perfect in every way! I love the chandeliers, the stools and you simply can’t miss the subway tiles.
Dining Room Design
The walls are sheetrock with vertical battens painted in white.
Similar paint color: Simply White OC-117 by Benjamin Moore.
Kitchen & Dining Area
This home has a very inspiring color pallet with a lovely floorplan.
Color & Views
This is a great space to read or enjoy the city and ocean views.
Coastal Bedroom Design
The master bedroom is very charming with its coastal decor. Notice the French doors leading to a balcony.
What’s not to love? This bedroom is relaxing and inviting.
Turquoise Coastal Home
According to the architect, these are hand dipped, red cedar shingles. The color and the transparency is custom. They mix several batches of color and dilute the solid stains with transparent. The key is to allow the character of the wood to bleed through.
This home was designed by Geoff Chick & Associates.
Now, tell me what you think of this house… Do you like the white walls with the turquoise? What about the subway tiles in the kitchen? Would you compromise a wall of cabinets to create a focal point with tiles?
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I hope you have a fantastic day! I’m pretty busy with dentist appointments for the kids… that’s always amusing to say the least!
See you again tomorrow!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com